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3.Chronology of Malacca Sultanate
4.Portuguese Currency : 1511 - 1641
5.Dutch Currency : 1641 - 1795 and 1818 - 1825
6.When Islamic Influence Found in Malacca..? Where is Malacca in 600 Years ?
7.When Chinese Influence Found in Malacca.. How It Develop ?
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The History of Melaka Century Currency 15th - 18th

THIS LOT OF TIN COINS CONSISTS OF ISLAMIC TIN COINS WITH SANSKRIT AND JAWI WRITINGS OF THE EARLY 12TH-15TH CENTURY

The biggest of these weighs around 2 grammes and the diameter is 22 MM.
The smallest being 1 gramme and is 7 MM in diameter.

THE TIN COINAGES OF THE MALACCA SULTANATE IN THE 15TH CENTURY UNDER SULTAN MUZAFFAR SHAH; SULTAN MUNSHUR SHAH AND SULTAN AHMAD SHAH (1445-1510)

Sultan Muzaffar Shah (Largest Size) 1445 - 1459
Diameter : 30.5 MM
Weight : 23 grammes
Composition : Tin

Sultan Muzaffar Shah (Smallest Size) 1445 - 1459
Diameter : 14.5 MM
Weight : 2 grammes
Composition : Tin

Sultan Muzaffar Shah (Biggest Size) 1459 - 1477
Diameter : 30.5 MM
Weight : 24 grammes
Composition : Tin

Sultan Muzaffar Shah (Smallest Size) 1459 - 1477
Diameter : 19 MM
Weight : 2 grammes
Composition : Tin

Sultan Ahmad Shah (1510), The Last Sultan of Malacca
Diameter : 18.5 MM
Weight : 1 gramme
Composition : Tin

THE KRIS DESIGNS OF THE ISLAMIC COINAGE

The most unusual design of this group of islamic tin coinage is the crossed krises piece, which is seen here in the centre line third from the top. The present umno logo of the barisan national component party might have derived from here!

 

 

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